I would like to see more phones included. Especially some of the cheaper phones with decent specs. Bluphone, etc... Some people don't want to pay $800 for an unsubsidized phone or sign a 2 year contract and still pay $200 for a phone.
I don't see nothing even remotely interesting to me on that list. A 1000$+ phone's with old hardware, Note 4 with unusefull display resolution that is overkill for pore Mali T760 MP4 & highly overpriced iPhones with OS that I hate & consumer wallet burning store, otherwise good hardware specs except RAM.
I am disappointed that Tom's would create a best smartphone poll without any Lumia/Windows Phone devices listed. As a Windows Phone user myself, I can tell you that the interface is slick, responsive, and very intuitive. Its a shame I can't tell others about it on this poll.
Toms needs polling and statistics training. For example, restricting the phones to "flagship" i.e. expensive phones benefits apple, while advertising the poll on a technical website benefits android. As the majority of Toms are US you can expect phones in that market to be higher rated, with the inclusion of 3rd world/down market brands such a Blu and One producing inaccurately results.
Be this is a marketing campaign, or research study, much can be improved, and the current results should be taken with a grain of salt.
I wish we could have included the Nokia Lumia -- you folks are right, that was a stupid omission on my part. We can add some others later as well. The BlackBerry is a good suggestion, as is the Xperia Z3, and the Nexus 6 when it comes out (or the Nexus 5 now). Like others, I'd like to consider lower cost phones also, but I think that's a separate survey. If you have your favorites for the next rung or two down from these, please let me know. Thanks for the input. It's helpful.